I didn't say I think I have a big head! I said, "If you're going to be thinking, you may as well think big!"
|I want to see the birth certificates for Donald Trump's
grandparents, his mother and his first and third wife.
His father's parents, Friedrich Drumpf and Elisabeth Christ, were married in 1902 after Friedrich had first emigrated to the United States in 1885 from Germany.
In 1930, at aged 18, Donald Trump's mother (Mary Anne, born in Scotland in 1912), while on holiday in New York, met Fred Trump and stayed in New York. Donald was born in Queens. (Can Donald provide her papers? We already saw his birther certificate.)
While in New York they had three children together: Donald Jr., Ivanka, and Eric - all born in New York. Donald and Ivana were eventually divorced in 1992.
Donald Trump married his 3rd wife, Melania Knauss (born in Slovenia) in 2005. Donald is now worth $7 billion after tax write-offs and taxpayer bailouts from his numerous bankruptcies. (May I see his wife's birth certificate?)
|From Hawaii.Gov - Who
is Eligible to Apply for the Issuance of a Late Birth Certificate in Lieu of a
Certificate of Hawaiian Birth?
A "Certification of Live Birth" is a short-form birth certificate. The information included in the document may differ from state to state. A "Certification of Live Birth" from Hawaii will include the name and sex of the person, date of birth, hour of birth, island of birth, county of birth, mother's maiden name, mother's race, father's name, father's race, date accepted by registrar, a certificate number and seal. The seal may be different depending on the year it was printed.
A "Certificate of Live Birth" (Certificate vs Certification) is the long-form birth certificate and contains more detailed information, including signatures of doctor(s), witnesses, vital statistics (length and weight), etc.
According to the Department of Hawaiian Homelands: Birth certificates (Certificates of Live Birth and Certifications of Live Birth) and Certificates of Hawaiian Birth are the primary documents used to determine native Hawaiian qualification. The Department of Hawaiian Home Lands accepts both Certificates of Live Birth (original birth certificate) and Certifications of Live Birth because they are official government records documenting an individuals birth. The Certificate of Live Birth generally has more information which is useful for genealogical purposes as compared to the Certification of Live Birth which is a computer-generated printout that provides specific details of a person's birth. Although original birth certificates (Certificates of Live Birth) are preferred for their greater detail, the State Department of Health (DOH) no longer issues Certificates of Live Birth. When a request is made for a copy of a birth certificate, the DOH issues a Certification of Live Birth.
So, a long-form Certificate has additional information on it that that is useful for genealogical purposes. However, both the certificate and the certification are certified government records providing prima facia proof of the information they contain.
Trump Waikiki Hotel is in Honolulu, Hawaii and opened in late 2009. If his much younger gold-digging wife from Eastern Europe was knocked up and dropped a kid on the Trump Waikiki Hotel lobby floor, would the little brat be an illegal alien? Would Donald be able to produce either a "Certification of Live Birth" or a "Certificate of Live Birth" to prove that his little actress/dancer/model/hooker wife wasn't cheating on him, and that the kid was indeed, Donald's kid? And if he could, what might it look like? Like all the other natural born citizens of Hawaii? Would this spoiled and dysfunctional kid be a legal citizen of the U.S. and be able to legally live here and shoot it's mouth off too? (Just wondering.)
Nicole Kidman and Bette Midler were also born in Hawaii Five-O (named in honor of Hawaii's status as the 50th State as of August 21, 1959...two years before Obama was born). Do they have birth certificates as well? Should they be investigated? Papers please!
What if Donald's young and pretty and very pregnant wife was on vacation in Paris (while Donald was boinking another pretty young woman back in New York), and then she went into labor and dropped her kid on the street outside the Eiffel Tower...would it be considered a French citizen? Or would it be considered a Slovenian? Or would the baby be just another Trump megalomaniac?
Were all his kids really born in New York? I'd like to see their papers too.
According to a recent poll 67% of the Republicans doubt Obama's U.S. citizenship. Can that many Americans be that asinine? It's embarrassing to think what the rest of the world must think about these "birther people". They put a stain of shame on the rest of us.
But I still think that Donald Trump's grandparents, his mother, and his first and current wife should be fully investigated - to be sure their papers are in order - and if not, they should be deported back from where they came from.
And Donald should be deported back to Queens for attempting to impersonate an intelligent and thoughtful American businessman who thinks he has what it takes to lead this country. If he ever gets elected, then God save the Queen!
Oh, and before I forget: "Mister Trump, may I see your papers please?"
Read: The Birther-Buster
UPDATE: Donald Trump's Latest Feud Is with Jerry Seinfeld